Brace Collar. Improved Cylinder. CRP. Poultry Shears. Bag Limit.
These are not orthopedic, automotive, economic, arts & crafts, or air travel terms.
Like any traditional activity that dates back centuries, upland pursuits bring
with them a long list of old and new terms, concepts, and phrases that can seem
very arcane, or even outright misleading to a newcomer. Strange jargon can be enough
to scare away otherwise interested newbies. Old hands will sometimes
never admit that even they don't know why something is called what it's called
or how to describe a certain type of terrain, bird, cuisine, or dog
training gear. Check this always-expanding glossary and encyclopedia
for quick descriptions of hundreds of common upland-related terms, items, origins,
techniques, and more. Have a good description for something that you think is
missing from this reference area? Please don't hesitate to contact us
with a suggested entry - we'll probably put it right up.
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